News, curated content and updates from the Australian Chicken Meat Federation, including the ACMF’s blog called Chook Chat.
Nostalgic dishes like the Sunday roast are making a comeback as lockdown forces millions of Australians to embrace life’s simple pleasures.
Nothing beats the glory of being warmed from within by chicken soup, the universal cure for whatever ails you, writes Jill Dupleix.
One of the most hotly debated questions in the culinary world is whether or not you should wash raw chicken before cooking it.
Chicken is one of those universally ‘safe’ dishes. There’s a lot you can do with it, most people eat it and it’s easy enough to make into a crowd-pleasing dish.
Chicken is hands-down the nation’s favourite dish. 46 percent of all meat consumed in Australia is chicken – if you don’t include seafood.
Research in the USA found that post-pandemic, 91 percent of those surveyed plan to continue eating fresh chicken at home; 30 percent said they will eat more chicken than pre-pandemic.
Want to know the key to baking the perfect chicken breast? Food blog Recipe Tin Eats shows you how with their most popular of all chicken breast recipes.
Recent research has found that chicken meat outperforms the horticultural and meat products it was compared against for both economic and nutritional value per megalitre of water required.
There are a lot of myths about the way chickens are farmed in Australia. Here are the most common questions and answers.